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About this product
- Product InformationThe Treo 650 smartphone from palmOne makes it easier than ever to stay connected. It simplifies your life by combining a compact mobile phone with email, an organizer, messaging, and web access. There's also Bluetooth technology so you can connect wirelessly to other Bluetooth devices. Not to mention an MP3 player, a digital camera that captures video, and a vibrant color screen that brings everything to life - all in a device that's still small enough to fit in your pocket. Seems like Treo smartphones just keep getting smarter.
- Family LinePalm Treo
- Storage Capacity32MB
- Network TechnologyCDMA,GSM
- BandCDMA 850/1900
- Camera Resolution0.3MP
- Supported Flash Memory CardsMultiMediaCard,SD Memory Card
- Battery TypeLithium Ion
- Battery Talk TimeUp to 300 min
- Battery Standby TimeUp to 336 hr
- Display TechnologyLCD display
- Display Resolution320 x 320 pixels
- Color Depth16-bit (65000 colors)
- Touch ScreenYes
- Digital CameraYes
- QWERTY Physical KeyboardYes
- Email AccessYes
- Internet BrowserYes
- Height4.45 in.
- Depth0.91 in.
- Width2.32 in.
- Weight6.28 oz
Most relevant reviews
- marcgebhardDec 28, 2010by
Palm Treo 650 is a decent all around smart phone.
I've used the Treo 650 before and I'd still highly recommend it to anyone wanting a fairly straight forward smart phone that uses the Palm operating system. In fact I'd say that it is still my favorite phone for the Palm OS. It has the nice round QWERTY keyboard--like a blackberry. It has the nicely placed adequately sized stylus. Perhaps, more importantly, it has a long battery life compared to many other smart phones. The Treo 650 is a fully unlockable phone--meaning you can travel to Europe or Africa, put in another SIM card and be dialing or using the Internet right away without worrying about a bunch of proprietary issues-as you would have with most Blackberries and many Iphones. The Palm Treo 650 is no spring chicken however. If you want to do wifi or GPS operations, you may want to consider a different model. If you are just wanting a nice smart phone that can store your MS office documents, store your contacts. has dialup internet capability and can work on foreign soil, you will be happy with the Palm Treo 650. My wife is using the Treo 650 and is very satisfied. I bought the newer Palm Treo Pro (850) because it has a built in GPS and WiFi capability. However, I find that my Treo Pro can't seem to hold much battery charge for more than a day and a half--which is a bummer--considering it is supposed to be a portable phone. (The poor thing remains on its "umbilical" cord most of the time, because if I remove it, the battery drains rapidly.) Thus, I really highly recommend the 650 for its battery capacity alone. Pros: Palm OS is easy to use. Stylus is well placed. Keypad is more ergonomically friendly than newer Palm phones. Long battery life--you can go three or more days without charging. Cons: No built in WiFi capability. No built-in GPS capability. Overall, I highly reccomend this phone. If you are wanting a Blackberry-like phone, but you want to pay less and have something more compatible with world travel, you should consider the Palm Treo line. This phone looks identical to many of the Blackberry phones and does the job.Read full review
- chillz2thespineJan 03, 2010by
Good phone if you're a palm lover!
I decided to purchase this phone for my sister after she had lost her original one, and I, being a bargain shopper, didnt want to pay the $50 to have Sprint replace the phone (insurance costs). When the phone arrived, I was suprised to hold it. I've gotten fairly used to my Blackberry Curve, and the bulkiness of the Treo was compelling. However, when I started playing around with it, I soon realized how powerful the phone really was. I have owned Palm Pilots in the past and have loved them to death---this phone took the best of the Palm world and mixed it with a phone, and the result is absolutely worth it. It is certainly different from any other PPC models that I have recently used and it took a moment to get used to. But once there were a few games on it and I had messed with the customization to have my own wallpapers and different colors, I found myself playing with it for a good amount of time. I was, however, unimpressed by the browser. I realize it is an older phone, and it has an older browser on it (which runs slow). Perhaps I am used to the quick loading of the Blackberry. This was probably great speed when it came out. Another thing to point out is that no GPS at all (not only for navigation but for tracking a phone when it is lost) can be annoying at times. But for the price I paid for the phone ($30) I figured that if I need to replace it, I would be ok with that. All in all, the usability, the organization of a palm (contacts, emails, and calendar were very nice to use), and the easy access of a touch screen as well as a qwerty pad were wonderful. The only downfalls I see are the bulkiness, the camera (forgot to mention that it is a small camera), and the internet/gps capabilities.Read full review
- cmad5610Nov 10, 2011by
the experience with using this phone is great and easy for you to use.
It is a great phone i can do anything on it. And I bought it because it had a full key pad to type and it was also a touchscreen as well. What I dislike about this phone is sometimes it likes to freeze up on me and then I have to reset it. It compares to my old phone that I had that was not working right at all this phone is the best one I had yet.
- machuileOct 05, 2010by
Palm treo 650 real good cell phone PDA
I bought one Palm Treo 650 four years ago, last year I bought Blackberry (broken so fast poor quality)and this year a Samsung with poor wifi and poor touchscreen. I decided to return with a good cell phone with PDA function. I dont want to watch video and I dont want to go on the internet with a poor cell phone. OK you can buy an Iphone but it's to expensive, for wifi I use my Ipod touch 2gen it's perfect. If you just want to call, messaging and good PDA functions with easy keyboard Palm Treo 650 is perfect. With this cell phone, very easy to use and write with one hand. Also I appreciate GPS facility to match with TomTom navigation system, you buy a GPS and TomTom expension card and go. Also you can use the screen like a touchscreen with using your nail. I hope this one will be so tought as my first one, that I drop so many times on the floor, the road and two times in the water and it was always working good. A real tough one, but after three years I have broken my antenna. Some say it's to big but I think it's more easy to handle.Read full review
- qualitybuy**Aug 04, 2011by
My experience with this phone is been positive.
Palm treo 650 is one of the best smartphoneS I ever used. I tried many other latest smartphones out there, but I keep coming back to Treo 650 because it is easy to use. The built-in qwerty keyboard makes it easy to type, so it's ideal for sending text messages... The battery life will out-last any other brand currnettly on the market, end of story. A full charge may last about 2-3 days of use before recharging it again. Phone is also durable and the screen is not easy broken when accidentally dropped.